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Residential Case Study

When her husband's job meant a move from Melbourne to Marylebone, Kate Chard knew that one of the problems they would encounter would be furnishing their new home.  After all, his job was on a short-term but open-ended basis, so how could they justify the outlay on a completely new set of furniture and fittings?

Buy-to-let Landlords to take advantage of Roomservice by CORT's solutions

The scheme allows investors to rent furniture on 12, 24 or 60 month plans and is tailored to meet the needs of each portfolio, with prices starting from under £100 per month.

Roomservice by CORT anticipates that the rental scheme will prove very popular with experienced buy-to-let investors looking to furnish a portfolio of properties for short or long-terms.

The rental scheme, which is open initially to customers with property in the south east of England, offers buy-to-let investors a number of distinct advantages over purchasing furniture:

Roomservice by CORT attend the 2009 Landlord and Buy to Let show

It is the first time that Roomservice by CORT will attend the largest and longest established private rented sector show and are looking forward to meeting the landlords and letting professionals who will be visiting the show. 

Come and see us on stand C6, located towards the back of the show opposite the lounge and seminar theatre to discuss how furniture rental can be beneficial to you.  We look forward to seeing you there!

To find out more about the Buy to Let show please click here

Roomservice by CORT launches new Personal Service Guarantee

The guarantee outlines the criteria and values that Roomservice by CORT expects to meet in all of its undertakings.

Roger Hollis, managing director of Roomservice by CORT comments: “With 25 years’ experience of renting furniture, we appreciate just how important quality of service is and we have always strived to provide the highest levels possible for our clients.

Roomservice by CORT launch sale-and-rent back scheme for landlords

Roomservice by CORT, the leading furniture rental supplier owned by Berkshire Hathaway, has launched an innovative sale and rent back scheme to enable large scale residential landlords to take advantage of the benefits of renting, rather than owning, the furniture in their properties.

Under the scheme, Roomservice by CORT will purchase furniture less than 18 months old at a price ranging from book value to original cost and then rent it back to the landlord at an agreed monthly fee.

Roomservice by CORT were unable to attend the 2009 ARLA exhibition due to heavy snow.

The snow was so thick at the Roomservice by CORT offices that the vans parked up outside the warehouse depot were forced to remain stationary.  This in turn meant that the stand could not be delivered to the exhibition.  If you were looking to speak with us at the show and are still interested in finding out how furniture rental can be a beneficial choice for Landlords and Letting Agents then please contact Jane Pearlman on 0208 8397 9344 for any information which you may need.

South Wimbledon debut for CORT Furniture

All of the furniture on sale is from either show homes or from recent rental contracts.  There is a wide range available including sofas, coffee tables, lights, dining tables and beds.

John Corp, Store Manager of CORT Furniture, comments: "The furniture on offer at the store is of a very high quality with some excellent bargains to be had.  We're sure that the people of South Wimbledon will be pleasantly suprised when they see the quality, range and price of the furniture on sale and we invite everyone to come and have a look at what CORT Furniture has to offer."


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